Nationwide Delivery


Bassam Art

Bassam Jabar is an Iraqi born painter and glass art maker

Emmanuel Asante Art

Ghana-born visual artist and workshop facilitator

Hala Sekak Art

Palestinian Melbourne-based artist creating works inspired by nature, her roots, heritage and culture – and the hope of freedom and happiness.
Instagram: @hala_sekak_art

Raneen Shamon

Sydney-based award winning visual artist, with a key area of practice in conceptual art.
Insta: @raneenshamon

Professional Services


E-raced is a not-for-profit organisation focused on Erasing racism one story at a time

Food & Beverage

Aunty’s Ginger Tonic

A drink derived from the villages of Sierra Leone. Available to purchase online and selected stores
Insta: @auntysgingertonic

Persia’s Pantry

Persian food products available online and at markets in Tasmania
FB: persiaspantryaustralia

Aussie Bee Products

Honey supplier based in southwest Sydney, specialising in all-natural health and beauty products.
Visit: 92 Haldon Street, Lakemba
Insta: @aussiebeeproducts

Beit e’Shai

Beit e’Shai® (House of Tea in Arabic, pronounced bayt eh shy) is a Melbourne based online apothecary and teahouse. All teas are handmade by herbalist and nutritionist Rasha Tayeh using 100% natural blends from certified organic ingredients.
Insta: @beiteshai

Munificent Wines

Munificent Wines is a Melbourne-based social enterprise that donates 50% of profits from the sales of their wines to Sisterworks.
Insta: @munificentwines
Nationwide stockists: Vinoclock

Alia Sultana

Former Melbourne restaurant-owner turned YouTube chef – Alia shows people how to cook Pakistani cuisine through her YouTube channel, Alia’s Lifestyle, where she teaches in Hazaragi & Urdu languages with English subtitles.

Insta: @sultanaalia

Bandesh Wine & Spirits

Kurdish-inspired wines and spirits, made with love by Kurdish artist, human rights advocate and musician Farhad Bandesh & his friend, long-time collaborator and business partner, Jenell Quinsee.
Insta: @bandeshwine_sp

Worthy Cause

Worthy Cause partners with other charities to raise funds through delicious food. They also provide work for vulnerable Australians, including asylum seekers and refugees. Their goal is give employees the soft skills, wages and work experience for the best chance at a flourishing life.
Insta: @worthy.cause

East African Sisters

Melbourne-based catering company specialising in authentic East African cuisines. Now selling spices via Shopify.

Insta: @eastafricansisters.melb

Retail & Fashion

Akos Creative

African-inspired jewellery and accessories, proudly WOC-owned

Paw Po

Social enterprise that provides employment to Karen women refugees living in Nhill, Victoria, sells homewares.
Instagram: @pawpo.products

Second Stitch

Textile enterprise that operates out of New Futures Creative in Coburg, offering clothing alterations, products & workshops
Phone: 03 9354 2193


Store and social enterprise providing employment to women from disadvantaged backgrounds through selling crafts
Phone: 03 9972 5039


Ethically and sustainably made kids clothing line based in Melbourne. Supports tailors from refugee backgrounds
Insta: @treekidclothing

The Social Outfit

A fashion label providing employment and training to women from refugee and new migrant communities in clothing production, retail, design and marketing.

Instagram: @thesocialoutfit

A Tuk

Handmade homewares and fashion accessories combining upcycled textiles with vibrant Ankara wax cloth
Insta: @atuk_nyibol

Akira Grateful

Bath and body products and natural soy wax candles. Each purchase gives back to the community. Paraben-free and sulfate-free
Insta: @akira_grateful

Behman Collection

Afghan Fashion, made in Afghanistan by a co-op of women who are widowed, disabled and/or survivors of family violence.



Assembled Threads

Social Enterprise manufacturing jobs & textiles. Australian made, ethical, natural fibre homewares
Insta: @assembled_threads


Handmade jewellery and gemstones designed by Nadia Obeid, inspired by Syrian architecture and history.

Levant 2 Australia

Clothing label showcasing beautiful Arabic calligraphy
Insta: @levant2aus

Modest Fashion Outlet

Australian fashion label making ethically produced clothes and accessories for women Insta: @modestfashionoutlet

Ghan Fashion

Handmade Afghan vintage & contemporary designs

Sassy Organics

Health-conscious online retail store, stocking vegan & organic skincare, beauty, homecare and more products.
Insta: @sassyorganics

W Art and Gift

Handmade resin art made by Syrian designer, Wedad Jiniat. Sold nationwide. Email or DM on Instagram for orders.

Email: wediad.jiniat@elliestamelos

Insta: w_artngift

Gina Barjeel Fashion

Sustainable fashion house featuring womenswear and evening wear. All their pieces are bespoke and made-to-order. Gina employs women from diverse backgrounds. 10% from each purchase is donated to a charity that empowers women.

Instagram: ginabarjeel

Natu Naturals

Natural haircare range inspired by founder Hassanatu’s own journey from chemically-treated hair to natural and organic haircare.

Instagram: @natunaturalss

Sakena the Label

Upcycled vintage Afghan dresses and jewellery, made by Maryam Oria. Sold nationwide, via Etsy.

Insta: sakenathelabel

Lulu Craft

Fresh interpretation of timeless art. Nature-inspired jewellery made with recycled materials.

Instagram: lulucraftoz

Palestine Fair Trade Australia

Palestine Fair Trade Australia (PFTA) is a social enterprise and registered charity. They import a unique range of ethically sourced and fair trade products from Palestine. These include delicious, organic olive oils and traditional foods, organic soaps, embroideries and other crafts.

Instagram: @palestinefairtrade

The Social Studio

Launched from a storefront on Collingwood’s Smith Street in 2009, The Social Studio began as a not-for-profit using upcycled fashion as a vehicle for social change for youth from migrant and refugee backgrounds. Now, they are a highly regarded ethical and sustainable fashion school, retailer and manufacturing social enterprise, headquartered in the Collingwood Yards arts precinct. 

Insta: thesocialstudio

Anjilla Seddeqi Fashion

Anjilla Seddeqi is an Australian designer of Afghan heritage. She is known for her feminine dresses that embody sophistication and elegance. Her refined designs long for a return to a grace-filled era of dressing for the modern woman.

Insta: @anjillaseddeqi

Lost in Books

This online multilingual bookstore provides an all-ages community hub aiming to disrupt monolingual models of creative production in the arts, with a public program around literacy and wellness.

Instagram: @lostinbookssydney

Salma by Nature

Salma is a Melbourne-based soap maker creating organic soap with a story. Each piece of soap is made with her Jiddo and Teta in mind. She puts the same care and love into the soap that she sells as she once did in her grandparent’s olive farm as a child.

Salma by Nature can be purchased through SisterWorks.
Insta: @salmabynature